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How To Be Alone - Essays
... Most of the essays previously appeared in The New Yorker, Harper's Magazine, Details, and Graywolf Forum ... In the introductory essay, "A Word About This Book," Franzen notes that the "underlying investigation in all these essays" is "the problem of preserving individuality and complexity in a noisy and ...
Martha Rosler - Published Works
... Martha Rosler's essays have been published widely in catalogues, magazines, such as Artforum, Afterimage, Quaderns, and Grey Room, and edited collections, among them, Women Artists ... Her essay "In, around, and Afterthoughts (on documentary photography)" (1981 but widely cited, republished, and translated) has been credited with a great role in dismantling the myths of ... Among them are Decoys and Disruptions Selected Essays 1975-2001 (MIT Press, 2004), the photo books Passionate Signals (Cantz, 2005), In the Place of the Public ...
Index Of Social And Political Philosophy Articles - E
... freedom Écriture féminine Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature and Other Essays Election promise Election Elective rights Enlightened self-interest Epic and Novel ...
Richard Sennett - Selected Works
... Nineteenth Century Cities Essays In The New Urban History, coauthor, Yale (1969) Classic Essays On The Culture Of Cities, editor (1969), ISBN 0-13-135194-X The Uses of Disorder Personal Identity City Life (1970 ...
Chauncey Wright
... later for the Nation he wrote philosophical essays on the lines of Mill, Darwin and Spencer ... Among his essays may be mentioned The Evolution of Self-Consciousness and two articles published in 1871 on the Genesis of Species ... His essays were collected and published by CE Norton in 1877, and his Letters were edited and privately printed at Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1878 by James Bradley Thayer ...

Famous quotes containing the word essays:

    What are these essays but grotesque and monstrous bodies, pieced together of different members, without any definite shape, without any order, coherence, or proportion, except they be accidental?
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    I have been reporting club meetings for four years and I am tired of hearing reviews of the books I was brought up on. I am tired of amateur performances at occasions announced to be for purposes either of enjoyment or improvement. I am tired of suffering under the pretense of acquiring culture. I am tired of hearing the word “culture” used so wantonly. I am tired of essays that let no guilty author escape quotation.
    Josephine Woodward, U.S. author. As quoted in Everyone Was Brave, ch. 3, by William L. O’Neill (1969)

    I undertake the same project as Montaigne, but with an aim contrary to his own: for he wrote his Essays only for others, and I write my reveries only for myself.
    Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778)